On December 28, 2021, Xiaomi presented its long-awaited MIUI 13 interface, based on the Android 12 operating system.
But at that time, the new interface was only available in the Chinese market. Now there are news that at the end of January, MIUI 13 can reach all smartphones in the world.
Xiaomi event scheduled for January 26
Xiaomi has just announced that it will hold a global event on January 26th and the company has even confirmed that it will be on this occasion that the Redmi Note 11 series of smartphones will debut globally.
But several experts and analysts from the high-tech world are advancing that the event could also be the stage for the global launch of the MIUI 13 interface. And this is due to the fact that the MIUI interface account on Twitter has published, few hours after the announcement of the event, a small teaser saying that “The time has come. Something wonderful is about to happen”.
Was it a coincidence? Taking into account Xiaomi’s history that shows that the Chinese brand likes to arouse the interest of its users with small enigmatic teasers, we believe that the global version of MIUI 13 will be presented at the event on January 26th.
In fact, other data shows that the interface could arrive very soon. For example, the Chinese giant has already made software builds for several international models. More: the brand had already announced that the global launch of the new interface would take place during the first quarter of 2022.
Bearing in mind all this information, it is quite likely that the global MIUI 13 will be one of the stars of the scheduled event. For the rest, it is expected that the brand will make available, at least, a beta version of the interface, soon after the event.
Xiaomi gives security features to MIUI 13 in China
Quite discreetly, Xiaomi has added another security feature to its new MIUI 13 interface in the Chinese market. The Pure Mode feature enhances user protection by preventing the user from downloading malicious applications from the Internet.
In fact, this feature is quite identical to the “security check” functionality present on smartphones from OPPO, Realme and OnePlus. But Xiaomi’s feature ends up giving more guarantees.
All because in the case of MIUI 13, applications are only installed after the new security feature checks the application’s background. On smartphones from rival brands, the search for malware is done only after installing the app. In other words, Xiaomi checks the apps before installing them, while the rest only after the apps are installed on the smartphone, is the security feature activated. The old saying goes “prevention is better than cure”.
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